In order to receive funding from the state on behalf of nonresident students, districts may only enroll students from districts within the same intermediate school district or within an ISD that is contiguous to the district’s ISD.[43] This requirement should be removed to facilitate educational choice for more Michigan students. Its removal would allow students to enroll in a wider selection of online programs and would provide more options to students attending low-ranked schools.[44]


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